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European satellite manufacturer Thales Alenia Space said Dec. 5 it signed separate contracts with Korean Aerospace Industries (KAI) and Hanwha Systems Corp. to develop four high-resolution radar satellites for South Korea’s Agency for Defence Development. SpaceNews.com
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On the company’s 20th mission of the year and second within 48 hours, SpaceX successfully launched a Dragon cargo spacecraft to the International Space Station Dec. 5, but suffered a rare failed landing of the rocket’s first stage. SpaceNews.com
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U.S. Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson, the winner of SpaceNews' 2018 military space Government Leader of the Year award, said as the Trump administration moves forward with plans to create a new military branch for space — an effort she supports — the Air Force is keeping focused on the space mission. SpaceNews.com
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     Date Submitted:20-10-2015
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     Current job:Senior Research Analyst - Aerospace & Defense
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 2 months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
     KeywordsPrimary & Secondary Research, Market Sizing, Revenue Forecasting, Systems Engineering, Space Mission Design, Spacecraft Design, Small-Satellite, C4ISR, Military Avionics
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    Profile Research Analyst passionate about satellites/C4ISR; deeply interested in supporting new product development efforts aimed at meeting evolving needs across military and commercial domains.

     

    Experience Senior Research Analyst - Aerospace & Defense, Frost & Sullivan – April, 2015 - Present

     

    Research Reports Published

    Sub-Orbital & LEO Launch Services Market Assessment [Focus on Small-Satellites][WIP]

    Assessment of the Small-Satellite Market [Focus on Earth-Imaging/GIS-Analytics domain]

    Airborne Electronic Warfare Market Assessment of 14 Key Countries

    Global Military Avionics Market Assessment [Focus on Integrated Modular Avionics]

     

    Consulting Assignments

    Project Title: ELECTRIC, Technology Covered: Interconnections & Wiring [Military Aircraft], Duration – Sep, 2015 - Present

    Currently assessing the technological evolution in the military avionics domain to identify the evolving needs for next-generation wiring/interconnection solutions onboard military aircraft, focusing on fixed wing/rotary platforms, the sensorization trend and key upgrade programs globally covering the optimisation of avionics.

     

    Project Title: DETECT, Technology Covered: Screening Solutions & Next-Gen Security Systems, Duration – July, 2015 - Sep, 2015

    Identified evolving security requirements of banks, prisons, hotels, corporates, border agencies, law enforcement departments, airports and supported the team with building the key system requirements for next-generation screening/surveillance solutions.  

     

    Project Title: RAPID, Technology Covered: Military Simulation & Training, Duration – Jan, 2015 - Jun, 2015

    Investigated evolving military simulation requirements of key Asia Pacific countries and helped the client understand the simulation needs of defense forces [air & land forces]. Supported the client and key military stakeholders in identifying key challenges in executing defense contracts covering simulation solutions with the respective forces and helped develop their Asia Pacific expansion plan for the client.

     

    Analyst Briefings Delivered 

    Topic: Small-Satellite Technologies and Required Regulatory Framework

    Audience: Space industry participant recommending European Space Agency 

    Objective: Help develop the regulatory policies for the fast growing small-satellite market

     

    Topic: Small-Satellite Technologies and Earth-Imaging Market

    Audience: Space industry participant recommending small-satellite operators

    Objective: Help develop the market entry methods for new customer acquisition

     

    Topic: Next-Gen Military Maintenance Technologies

    Audience: Aerospace industry participant developing prognostic maintenance solutions

    Objective: Help understand the military systems support market and identify key capability configurations that will position the maintenance solutions to meet future military needs.

     

     

    Research Analyst - Aerospace & Defense, Frost & Sullivan – November, 2013 - March, 2015

     

    Research Reports Published

    Global Military Satcom Applications Market Assessment [Focus on Ka-band HTS]

    Global Military Systems Support Market Assessment [Focus on prognostic maintenance]

    Space Mega Trends [Focus on top 10 technologies and implications upto 2030]

     

    Project Title: LIGHTNING, Technology Covered: Silicon Carbide Surge Protection Solutions [Commercial & Military Aircraft], Duration – Aug, 2014 - Nov, 2014

    Supported a R&D team from a defense supplier develop the product configuration from an available patent, assessed the uptake of the technology across multiple domains and guided the senior management with the investment decision on the new product development effort through suitable white paper.

     

    Project Title: AM, Technology Covered: Additive Manufacturing in Commercial Aviation [Multi-Client], Duration – May, 2014 - July, 2014

    Reviewed an Illustrated Parts Catalogue of E-135 aircraft and shortlisted the relevant parts that will be the potential candidates for future additive manufacturing efforts and supported the assessment of AM impact on business/commercial aviation.

     

    Project Title: AVCOM, Technology Covered: Next-Gen Cockpit Communication Systems [Commercial Aviation Satcom Applications], Duration – Nov, 2013 - Apr, 2014

    Assessed the next-generation needs of commercial airlines in the satcom domain and built the analysis to help decision on key product & business development efforts for an avionics supplier.

     

    Freelance Market Research Analyst, Multiple Clients – Feb 2013 - Oct 2013

    Expanded operations of multiple clients and helped establish data-driven management.

     

    Business Consultant [Senior Associate], Brisk Corporate Services Pte Ltd. – Feb, 2012 - Jan, 2013

    Helped clients from diverse industries with risk assessments and transformation exercises.

     

    Graduate Teaching Assistant, Mississippi State University – Jan, 2010 - Aug, 2011

    Supported Statistics and business law professors with course material development, assignment grading, proctoring exams and online course database maintenance.

     

    Graduate Research Assistant, Mississippi State University – Aug, 2007 - Aug, 2009

    Performed cubesat integration and testing activities in the small-satellite laboratory and contributed to spacecraft/space-mission design efforts.

     

    Education Mississippi State University, Starkville, USA – MBA, 2011

    Anna University, Chennai, India – B.E. Aeronautical Engineering, 2006

     

    Skills Primary & Secondary Research, Market Sizing, Revenue Forecasting, Requirements Analysis, Systems Engineering, CATIA V5, Spacecraft Design, Space Mission Design, Internet Marketing, Business Process Design, Risk Audit, ERP Implementation, Business Strategy Development, Blogging,  

     

    References Available upon request.


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